eye

Leg vs Eye - What's the difference?

leg | eye |


As a noun leg

is lake.

As a proper noun eye is

(uk|colloquial) the comedic magazine.

Peek vs Eye - What's the difference?

peek | eye | Related terms |


As verbs the difference between peek and eye

is that peek is to look slyly, or with the eyes half closed, or through a crevice; to peep while eye is to observe carefully.

As an acronym PEEK

is polyetheretherketone.

As a noun eye is

an organ through which animals see.

As a proper noun Eye is

the comedic magazine Private Eye.

Peep vs Eye - What's the difference?

peep | eye | Related terms |


In obsolete terms the difference between peep and eye

is that peep is a spot on a die or domino while eye is to appear; to look.

As nouns the difference between peep and eye

is that peep is a quiet sound, particularly one from a baby bird while eye is an organ through which animals see.

As verbs the difference between peep and eye

is that peep is to make a soft, shrill noise like a baby bird while eye is to observe carefully.

As an acronym PEEP

is a World War II jeep attached to an armored regiment.

As a proper noun Eye is

the comedic magazine Private Eye.

Buds vs Eye - What's the difference?

buds | eye |


As a noun buds

is .

As a verb buds

is (bud).

As a proper noun eye is

(uk|colloquial) the comedic magazine.

Peer vs Eye - What's the difference?

peer | eye | Related terms |

Peer is a related term of eye.


As a noun peer

is .

As a proper noun eye is

(uk|colloquial) the comedic magazine.

Gaze vs Eye - What's the difference?

gaze | eye | Related terms |

Gaze is a related term of eye.


As a noun gaze

is gauze.

As a proper noun eye is

(uk|colloquial) the comedic magazine.

Spy vs Eye - What's the difference?

spy | eye | Related terms |

Spy is a related term of eye.


As a noun spy

is a person who secretly watches and examines the actions of other individuals or organizations and gathers information on them (usually to gain an advantage).

As a verb spy

is to act as a spy.

As a proper noun eye is

(uk|colloquial) the comedic magazine.

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